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"We deliver instant storage and compute capacity to companies in the US, Europe and Asia. Outscale is an innovative, smart and secure cloud infrastructure. It’s Excellence as a Service." said Laurent Seror, CEO.

Today the challenge for any companies is to define a cloud strategy that is reliable, efficient and answers digitalization challenges. Choosing the right Cloud computing infrastructure is cornerstone a successful cloud strategy. At Outscale, we give our customers the means to build a strategy based onCloud computing solutions that are both high performance and reliable.

Built in 2010 with support from Dassault Systèmes, Outscale delivers the highest standards of performance and quality for enterprise Cloud services : hosting infrastructure, storage and compute.

Designed as an IaaS solution from the ground up, the Outscale technology places the enterprise at the center of a fully automated and elastic cloud which was designed to overcome the most complex technological challenges found in enterprise, while keeping operational budgets under control. Our customers are now free to take back their IT and focus on their core business objectives.

Your tailor-made Cloud Solution:

An automated and scalable Cloud designed to support your complex IT projects and controlling their operational costs. Opting for the Outscale IaaS Cloud service gives you the ability to adapt instantly to every new requirement, and schedule infrastructure developments by focusing on the potential benefits for you.

Deploying your infrastructure on the Outscale Cloud Platform gives you detailed control of the resources you use, and allows you to optimize both performance and cost.

Software Defined Anything: Take advantage of the virtualization

TINA OS, our proprietary cloud manager, manages and automates your Cloud infrastructure fully compatible

AWS EC2 and Openstack (GPU NVIDIA Grid K2 supported). With comprehensive APIs to control the resources you have available, you can react automatically to every development– driven need.

Used in conjunction with your own metrics, APIs allow your infrastructure to adapt proactively in response to load peaks, a flow of new users or the addition of new functions to your service in response to new needs.

A global and multi-sovereign Cloud to drive your business:

We offer a multi-soverign cloud and an international coverage to their customers. Outscale is present in the United-States, Europe and Asia trough 3 companies.

Outscale’s infrastructures are located in different countries and continents, allowing you to store your information on French, american or Chinese territories if your security needs and confidentiality require it.

Outscale is provinding a « follow the sun » presence in order to maintain around-the-clock availability of its infrastructure and software layer, TINA OS Cloud Manager. Our teams are committed to guarantee 24/7 availability of the IaaS.

An Enterprise-Grade Cloud through all the points if presence:

Outscale’s architecture is proven by the biggest IT manufacturers partners: Cisco, Intel, NetApp and Nvidia.

Succeed with Outscale, IaaS Enterprise-Grade Cloud Computing:

  • IT resources virtualisation fully customizable
  • APIs compatible with AWS EC2
  • International coverage
  • 5 Clouds multi-sovereign (North America, Europe, Asia)
  • ISO/EIC 27001:2013 certification

Insights

Relating Big Data Insights to Business Goals Helps Maximize Data Value

Relating Big Data Insights to Business Goals Helps Maximize Data Value


Over the last few years there has been a relentless focus on big data as a technology problem. Resources have been invested in solving the technological problems posed by data collection, storage, and analysis. That's all well and good, but solving the technological issues surrounding big data leaves a lot...   READ MORE +
Enterprise Needs More than Just Cheap Storage

Enterprise Needs More than Just Cheap Storage


Over the last few years, considerable focus has been given to "price wars" and the rapidly declining cost of both cloud storage and cloud servers. From the perspective of cloud market watchers, it's an interesting phenomenon, but in reality, price is not the issue that enterprise cloud users are most...   READ MORE +
If the Cloud is to Mature, Vendors Need to Start Managing Privacy

If the Cloud is to Mature, Vendors Need to Start Managing Privacy


Although cloud computing has made incredible strides over the past few years, privacy and compliance yet remain two of the most significant roadblocks to adoption.    READ MORE +
IT Has to Take Control of the Cloud Eventually - Here's How It Can

IT Has to Take Control of the Cloud Eventually - Here's How It Can


Even though 90% of organizations use some form of cloud computing, many IT departments are still completely stumped when it comes to proper cloud implementation.   READ MORE +
Is the Cloud Not Working For Your Business? This Might Be Why

Is the Cloud Not Working For Your Business? This Might Be Why


By now, you’ve certainly heard all about the power of cloud computing and what implementing it can do for enterprise. Unfortunately, hearing about all the efficiency gains the cloud can confer on a business and actually seeing those gains are two very different things.   READ MORE +
Cloud and Big Data Bring Contextual Awareness to Business Decision-Making

Cloud and Big Data Bring Contextual Awareness to Business Decision-Making


One data point is not much use to anyone. Without the ability to compare it to a series of data points over time, one data point gives almost no insight into the events and objects that comprise the real-world.    READ MORE +
What Does the End of US-EU Safe Harbor Mean for Cloud Users?

What Does the End of US-EU Safe Harbor Mean for Cloud Users?


In the future, we may have the ideal cloud: a cloud unlimited by national boundaries where data can flow to where it is needed. Until then, cloud users and their customers are held to a complex set of legal agreements and treaties between nations and organizations that represent collections of...   READ MORE +
What's the Big Deal About Quantum Computing, And How Does It Relate to the Cloud?

What's the Big Deal About Quantum Computing, And How Does It Relate to the Cloud?


It’s almost a little frightening how quickly technology has advanced. Only a few decades ago, something as simple as a smartphone would have seemed torn straight out of the realm of science fiction.   READ MORE +
Successful Businesses Seek Strategic Partnerships for Cloud Migration

Successful Businesses Seek Strategic Partnerships for Cloud Migration


Most successful cloud migrations entail a change in the way a business approaches infrastructure management and deployment — something that can be difficult for organizations with entrenched processes and an understanding of IT better suited to legacy technology.   READ MORE +
Exerting Control Over Your Sprawling Cloud

Exerting Control Over Your Sprawling Cloud


Many organizations suffer from what's come to be known as cloud sprawl. It's easy to create a new server. Once a server has been deployed, it'll stay deployed unless someone intervenes to shut it down or it's shut down automatically. While it's running, the server will incur costs whether it's...   READ MORE +
Four Strategies For Executives To Enhance Digital Enterprise Effectiveness

Four Strategies For Executives To Enhance Digital Enterprise Effectiveness


A digital strategy that leverages the best that modern online technology and infrastructure can offer is essential if established businesses are to remain competitive. If they can't implement digital and cloud properly, they're going to have their lunches eaten by agile startups.   READ MORE +
Cloud Survey Shows Growing Enterprise Penetration for Business Critical Applications

Cloud Survey Shows Growing Enterprise Penetration for Business Critical Applications


A recent study of mid-market enterprises reveals cloud adoption is growing strongly for business critical applications. The Deloitte survey indicates that almost 60% of mid-market businesses prefer either hosted cloud or hybrid cloud solutions for IT deployments.    READ MORE +
Why Are Enterprise Applications So Much Worse Than SaaS Alternatives?

Why Are Enterprise Applications So Much Worse Than SaaS Alternatives?


Workers have probably accepted this truth as a fact of life: enterprise software isn't very good. It may have an excellent range of functionality, without which their jobs would be impossible, but that functionality comes packaged in interfaces that force them into inefficient and unpleasant workflows. From the worker's perspective,...   READ MORE +
Continuous Integration and Delivery in the Cloud

Continuous Integration and Delivery in the Cloud


At the heart of this new ability to safely deliver software with fast incremental releases is continuous integration coupled with continuous delivery — distinct processes which are often conflated, but which aren't necessarily tied together.   READ MORE +
Cloud Robotics is Making Everyday Robotics a Reality

Cloud Robotics is Making Everyday Robotics a Reality


Robots will be — and are — able to connect to the Internet to leverage cloud processing and storage in ways that would have been difficult to conceive of in the days of Buck Rogers.   READ MORE +
Cloud-Powered Cognitive Technologies Are Changing The Future of Business

Cloud-Powered Cognitive Technologies Are Changing The Future of Business


We're nowhere near achieving the strong AI necessary to create human-like entities. But that doesn't mean artificial intelligence research is having no impact on how we live and work.    READ MORE +
What AirBnB's Outscale-ing Strategy Teaches Us About Cloud Hosting

What AirBnB's Outscale-ing Strategy Teaches Us About Cloud Hosting


Just recently, Mike Curtis, Airbnb’s vice president of engineering, had a chat with ZDnet about what it takes to build a business from the ground-up on the cloud. Though the talk lasted only five minutes, Curtis nevertheless offered a number of valuable insights into the nature of cloud computing, and how...   READ MORE +
Four Clues That Show a Web Service Doesn't Understand Security

Four Clues That Show a Web Service Doesn't Understand Security


Users have a responsibility to look after themselves on the Internet. It's their job to make sure they use long and random passwords, don't write them down where just anyone can see them, and don't use their dog's name as a password on their favorite Manga forum and their main email account.   READ MORE +
Cloud Apps Make Employees Happy

Cloud Apps Make Employees Happy


The concern employers now show for their workers' happiness is not entirely altruistic. Evidence abounds that happy employees are productive employees, although you wouldn't know that from the software that many are forced to use.   READ MORE +
Three Practical Applications for Big Data

Three Practical Applications for Big Data


Big data is widely regarded as transformative for business. There is barely a business in existence that wouldn't benefit from more data about its operations, its customers, and the marketplace. However, there is still no shortage of decision makers who decline to see the potential advantage, often as a reflexive reaction...   READ MORE +
Dark Data Offers Both Opportunity and Risk

Dark Data Offers Both Opportunity and Risk


In some ways, the cloud is a double-edged sword. The ease with which we can spin up servers lets businesses align their infrastructure portfolio to their business needs in close to real time. On the other hand, without proper management, it's also easy to deploy resources that are not used...   READ MORE +
Flexible Infrastructure Powers Ever More Rapid Innovation Cycles

Flexible Infrastructure Powers Ever More Rapid Innovation Cycles


In all areas of business, from HR to logistics, and from product design to manufacturing, the ability to deploy information infrastructure accelerates the pace of innovation, shortening innovation cycles and allowing us to truly iterate.   READ MORE +
Thinking of Moving Your Business to the Cloud? These Six Considerations Will Ease Your Journey

Thinking of Moving Your Business to the Cloud? These Six Considerations Will Ease Your Journey


Enterprise adoption among small and medium enterprises is growing. Once the preserve of startups and large corporations, smaller businesses that had until now been content with their legacy systems have recognized the benefits that infrastructure-as-a-service can bring to their business.   READ MORE +
How Everything-As-A-Service is Changing Cloud Computing

How Everything-As-A-Service is Changing Cloud Computing


The cloud was disruptive enough when it was primarily related to IT - when it could improve application development, streamline a few critical processes and offer improved storage/communication. Now, though? Things have changed - and it’s a change that’s most definitely for the better.   READ MORE +
Every Company is a Data Company, But They Don't All Need Data Centers

Every Company is a Data Company, But They Don't All Need Data Centers


In a perceptive article on ZDNet, writer and analyst Joe McKendrick makes the point that in the modern era, every company is a software and data company. But do they need a data center?   READ MORE +
Why Pay Big Money For Infrastructure Talent?

Why Pay Big Money For Infrastructure Talent?


At the start of any big IT project, the question arises over the best way to procure and deploy the necessary infrastructure. There are two broadly defined camps: those who think it’s almost always better to buy and manage infrastructure in-house, and those who think the cloud is generally the...   READ MORE +
Does the Internet of Things Always Mean Big Data?

Does the Internet of Things Always Mean Big Data?


In an interesting article entitled Forget Big Data -- Small Data Is Driving The Internet Of Things, Forbes writer Mike Kavis makes the point that it’s inaccurate to assume that the Internet of Things necessarily presupposes big data. He’s right in an obvious way, to get to big data you need...   READ MORE +


Outscale is a leading edge company offering Cloud services to companies of all sizes, ranging from startups to multinational.


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